План- конспект урока по английскому языку
в 9 классе по теме «The system of school
education in English-speaking countries
and in our country» (Учебник Happy English-4
для 9 класса авторы В.П.Кузовлев, Н.М. Лапа,
Э.Ш.Перегудова и другие)
Преподаватель английского языка Болонева Н.Н.,
Новоильинский лицей с. Новоильинск
Заиграевского района Республики Бурятия
(Фестиваль педагогических идей
«Открытый урок» 2007-2008гг
I. Начало урока.
Hello, boys and girls. Sit down, please. I am glad to see you. There is the bell. It is time to start. Today is the …..It is Friday.
Our theme names: “The system of school education in English-speaking countries
and in our country” Our task is to remember and to discuss all aspects of school education which are typical of Great Britain, the USA and our country.
I would like you to work hard and be more attentive. Take part in our discussion, please.
А) And now listen to the interview with Mister Daymond. After listening you should say what Mr. Daymond told us about schools in Britain. Use Reported Speech.
(Слушают запись дважды)
В) Please, say what Mr. Daymond told us.
( На доске клеше – подсказки к началу разговора):
Mr. Daymond said that…
He answered that…….
He explained that………
Mr. Daymond added that…
Mr. Daymond told us that…
Возможные варианты ответов:
( Mr.Daymond said that in England about 93% of children attended state schools.
He said that the other 7% attended private schools. He explained that a majority of these private schools were boarding schools where children lived as well as studied. He added that all children were required by law to attend school full time between the ages of 5 and 16. He told us that for younger children there were a few state kindergartens, some private schools and a few nursery classes in ordinary schools. He said that in fact primary school consisted of a reception class, infant school and junior school. He explained that a reception class and infant school take a year. Mr.Daymond told us that pupils spend 5 years in junior school .He added that at about 11 or 12 children moved to a new school usually a comprehensive one that accepted all the children from 4 or 3 neighboring junior schools. He said that changing to the big schools was a great moment in life of them. He told that at secondary school pupils studied for 5 years. He told us that comprehensive schools were schools which took children of all abilities so there were no entrance examinations. He said that there were some grammar schools in which children had to pass a selection test. He added that pupils left school at 16.
III. Новая информация об образовании в Великобритании.
Vera prepared some more information about education in Great Britain ...Listen to Vera, please.( Слушаем сообщение девочки)
In Great Britain there are different types of secondary schools. Most of them are state where education is free. But some parents choose to pay for private education.
Private schools in Britain and Wales are very expensive and they are attended by about 5% of the school population.
The education in public schools is of high quality, the discipline is very strict. Most of private schools are either for boys or girls.
Private schools are famous not only for their perfect education but also for the right friends and contacts which are useful and successful future.
In some British schools uniform are worn by all the pupils, in others the children can wear what they want to. Some public schools in Britain, such as Eton, have uniforms based on what was worn over a hundred years ago.
Some private schools are very famous such as Eton, Harrow, Rugby and Winchester.
Harrow school is famous as the place where Winston Churchill was educated, as well as six other Prime Ministers of Great Britain, the poet Lord Byron and many other prominent people.
( Я задаю вопрос после прослушанного рассказа девочки)
Is new information interesting? Ответ: Yes, it is.
На доске дополнительная информация:
(Знакомлю с этой информацией)
Задаю вопрос: What have you learnt from Vera’s report?-I have just learnt that…
(Примерные ответы: I have just learnt that private schools in the UK are called
Public schools. I have just learnt that 5 % of all pupils of the UK attend them.
I have learnt that education in state schools is free. И так далее)
IV. Let’s remember the system of education in the USA. (На доску вешаю таблицу с системой образования в США) It is represented here. Nadia knows about it a lot of. Please, ask questions to Nadya.
1. What types of schools are there in the USA?
2. What divisions are typical of public schools?
3. Are public schools free or fee-paying?
4. Do parents pay for education in private schools?
5. At what age does a child’s education start?
6. Is nursery school optional?
7. What role does kindergarten play?
8. How long is the period of compulsory education?
9. At what age do children go to elementary school?
10. What grades does elementary school consist of?
11. How long does a pupil learn at junior high school?
12. How many years does a pupil learn at high school?
13. How are students of the 9 grade at high school called?
14What subjects are compulsory at secondary school?
15. How long does the school year last?
16. How many semesters are there at school?
What grades do American children get?
(Thank you, Vera)
V. Please, Listen to Sasha. She prepared the information about schools and answer the questions.(Эти вопросы записаны на доске)
Нow many million American pupils attend public schools?
How many million American pupils are in private schools?
About 90% of all children in the USA attend state or public schools where education is free. In other words 43 million pupils and students go to public schools and another 6 million are in private schools.
In private schools parents have to pay for their children’s education. Most of the private schools have religious education, too.
The relations between students and teachers in state schools are democratic and friendly. In American public schools students wear whatever they want.
Students can choose the subjects they want to study. They often take part in non-academic activities such as sports, drama clubs, school newspaper or radio.
Americans think that each person should achieve all that he or she can.
После прослушивания отвечаем на вопросы. Они на доске.
VI. Let’s compare these systems of educations: in the UK and in the USA.
Are they different or similar?
(Возможные варианты ответов: In the USA state schools are called Public schools and in the UK private schools are called Public schools. 2. Children leave school in the UK at the age of 16 while in the USA they leave school at 17. 3. State schools in the USA have the following division: elementary, high junior and high school, while in the UK they have primary school, secondary school.)
VII. New Material.
Australia is an unusual country. And schools there are unusual too.
( Перед тем как услышат информацию о школьном образовании в Австралии, следует познакомить с лексикой касающейся этой информации. Она записана на доске.)
state schools (70%)
remote inland tows- удаленные городки
“Schools of the Air”- в местах, удаленных от городов, обучение осуществляется с помощью различных средств коммуникации.
“ Schools Through the Mailbox”-обучение осуществляется по переписке.
are divided into-делятся на
one-or two- week units
Listen to the information about school education in Australia:
Education in Australia is compulsory between the ages of 6 and 15. Most children (about 70 %) study at state schools where education is free.
Most Australians live in cities along the eastern and south –eastern coasts. But there are also many remote inland towns on the continent. How are children educated there?
In several states of Australia there are “Schools of the Air”. These schools are situated in the areas far away from the big cities and towns. How do students attending the Schools of the Air get a classroom experience? The easiest thing to do is to use a two-way radio or other means of communication. By listening to the radio, watching TV and video the students learn about the world around them though they stay in their own homes.
There is also “Schools Through the Mailbox” for children who live far away from any school in the area. Subjects are divided into one-or two-week units. Each unit including new material, illustrations, exercises and tests can be sent to pupils any time.
Задаю вопросы классу: Would you like to learn at “School of the Air”?
Would you like to learn at “School Through the Mailbox”? (Ребята отвечают на эти вопросы)
VII. What do you know about school education in our country?
Complete each sentence with one of the words below. Use each word once only.
Have punish private punishment behaves
In Russia education is compulsory between … of 6-7 and 15years. There are different types of secondary….in our country. Most of them are state schools where …. is free.
But some parents want their children to attend …schools which are not free.
Children have to…school from Monday till Friday. In some schools they … to wear uniform. In others they are … to wear what they want.
The discipline is not very strict. But if a pupil …badly the teacher can …the child. Of course, the …is not severe. The teachers want their pupils to stay out of …and always do their best.
( Это задание делают на листочках, которые я раздала с напечатанным заданием и сдают на проверку, поэтому оценка будет поставлена всем ученикам)
VIII. Сравнительная характеристика.
Is the system of education in our country different or similar to the system of education in English-speaking countries? (Слушаем 3-4 ответа)
IX. Work in groups.
What is school for you? Work in groups of 4.Write on papers your answers.
( Зачитывают написанное по очереди все группы)
X. Подводим итоги урока.